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Property for sale at Vihren Palace Bansko


€ 20000
Status: Sold

 

Appreciating Assets are delighted to offer for sale this stunning second floor 42 square metre studio apartment at Vihren Palace Ski & Spa resort in Bansko for the realistic market price of only 20,000 euros.

 

Property Description

This is a lovely ultra-modern studio apartment with 42 square metres of internal floorspace including a fully-tiled bathroom with shower. The open plan design is typical of the majority of ski properties at this popular Bansko ski resort. Most of the aparthotel and ski apartments in this region are based around a studio design. 

 

Background on Vihren Palace Ski Resort 

Situated in Bansko, Vihren Palace Ski & Spa Resort offers easy access to Bansko Ski Resort and winter activities like downhill skiing and skiing lessons. Other attractions in the area include Dobrinishte Ski Resort. Vihren Palace Ski & Spa Resort helps provide the perfect ski vacation with ski storage and shopping on site. When the sun goes down, sip après-ski drinks in the hotel's bar or mingle with other revellers at the onsite nightclub. There are dining options at the adjacent Vihren Palace Hotel which includes a restaurant and a coffee shop/café. Additional amenities at this neighbouring 4-star hotel include a health club, a children's pool, and a steam room.Car parking is available.

 

Bansko

Bansko enjoys a picturesque location in a valley surrounded by Pirin, Rila and the Rhodopi Mountains. Bansko is considered to be the most developed Ski Resort in Bulgaria and Eastern Europe with a total length of 70 km ski runs. Bansko is not only a winter resort - today Bansko is all seasons Resort offering wonderful conditions for winter and summer tourism. Whether visiting Bulgaria for business or leisure purposes, Bansko is the perfect place where you can work or explore all that Bulgaria has to offer. Considering its architectural and historical value, Bansko becomes the pearl of all Bulgarian resorts. Being the biggest Bulgarian ski resort, Bansko offers great variety of luxury hotels, holiday apartments, family hotels and pensions, satisfying tourists of different financial means.


Bansko enjoys a picturesque location in a valley surrounded by Pirin, Rila and the Rhodopi Mountains. Bansko is considered to be the most developed Ski Resort in Bulgaria and Eastern Europe with a total length of 70 km ski runs. Bansko is not only a winter resort - today Bansko is all seasons Resort offering wonderful conditions for winter and summer tourism. Whether visiting Bulgaria for business or leisure purposes, Bansko is the perfect place where you can work or explore all that Bulgaria has to offer. Considering its architectural and historical value, Bansko becomes the pearl of all Bulgarian resorts. Being the biggest Bulgarian ski resort, Bansko offers great variety of luxury hotels, holiday apartments, family hotels and pensions, satisfying tourists of different financial means.

Bansko is Bulgaria's number one ski resort and has the longest ski and snow boarding season of all the Bulgarian ski resorts, which runs from the 15th December - 15th April. The town of Bansko is located 925 metres above sea level and the skiing area is at 2000-2600 metres. The Pirin Mountains has a real alpine character and its highest peak in the area is Vihren at 2,914 metres. Although largely a ski resort, the local council has been very effective in developing the area as an all year resort. So whether you enjoy some of the activities listed or just relax in the comfort of our apartment you are guaranteed to have a memorable summer and winter break. The Pirin Mountains are rich in wildlife, flora and fauna. The valleys of the Struma and Mesta rivers ensure that the summer months are warm with the highest number of sunny days of any mountain area in the country. Pure water tarns and wildflowers abound in the highland valleys and the unique ecosystem is home to a number of rare plant species such as the Edelweiss. The beauty of the Pirin Mountains is why so many visitors are now experiencing them during the spring, summer and autumn months, with temperatures averaging 30 Celsius during the long summer months.